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Please be advised: Student Deck 3 (at the corner of Charlottetowne and E. 7th St.) will be closed temporarily until approximately October 16, 2017, to perform structural concrete repairs. Students and staff who use Deck 3, please use Deck 2 or other alternate parking sites as needed.

Early voting locations open in Mecklenburg County on Thursday, Oct. 23. This year, the Facilities Services Building at Central Campus, 1325 East 7th Street, is an early voting site. Weekday and weekend hours are offered. Here is the early voting schedule. Thurs., Oct. 23 and Fri., Oct. 24    8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat., Oct. 25                                    10 […]

The City of Charlotte has announced Kings Drive will be closed between 4th Street and 7th Street starting Oct. 21, and remain closed for several weeks, to install trolley car tracks at the intersection of Elizabeth Avenue and Kings.  This closure will have a major impact on vehicular traffic on and around Central Campus. The map below […]

NC LIVE staff will perform overnight website and server maintenance early on Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012, between midnight and 1 a.m. Remote users may temporarily lose access to the NC LIVE website and NC LIVE resources during this time. We expect to have all services running normally by 1 a.m., September 4. Patrons who attempt […]

From Security & Emergency Management: This afternoon, at approximately 2:45 p.m. a student was the victim of an attempted robbery in Student Parking Deck 2 on Central Campus. The student was not injured and was able to get away from the suspect, who fled on foot. At 3 p.m., a suspect fitting the same description robbed […]

The Grier Road entrance to CPCC’s Cato Campus will be closed from Jan. 23 to approximately March 16 for a sidewalk and road repair project. During this time, Cato Campus will be accessible only from the west-bound lanes of East W.T. Harris Boulevard. Students, employees and visitors should expect traffic delays during peak times. The […]